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Ohio State Wide Receiver Noah Brown Says His Comeback Is Going Great

Noah Brown's injury was a devastating one for Ohio State's football program in 2015. 

The Buckeyes' wide receiver seemed primed for a breakout season, but he broke his leg in fall camp and missed the entire year. 

Brown is currently on the comeback trail. 

The former four-star recruit told 247Sports that his comeback is going "great." 

From their report:

“I’m feeling great ... I can’t wait,” Brown said while participating in the Special Skills Invitational Thursday afternoon at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. “I’m getting back as close as I can to 100 percent.”


“I know I have to go out there and prove myself again and show I can still do those things,” Brown said. “Even more than the practice field, I want to get on the game field and show Buckeye Nation I can do those things. I’m looking forward to the opportunity.”

Brown expects to be on the field Aug. 7 when Ohio State opens fall camp.

The Buckeyes begin their 2016 season Sept. 3 against Bowling Green.